Tweet & Eat! What Your Favorite Stars are Eating & Drinking Right Now
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
Yeah, our look a bit like this, too. The Mindy Project star reveals her high-low tastes – champagne, caviar and Cadbury créme eggs. (No shrimp and grits this time.)
Give us this recipe! One of the most gourmet rappers around makes our mouths water once again with his colorful lobster, scallop and carrot medley.
This perfect-looking roasted bird and potato supper left the Top Chef host's house smelling divine.
Giving us a peek into his fridge, this celebrity restaurateur thanks fellow chef Mario Batali for his drawers full of Italian staples from Batali's market Eataly, such as prosciutto and salami.
Now that he has found this giant turkey leg, "I can finally stop setting all of my meetings at Medieval Times," jokes the Grey's Anatomy star.
A juicy Caprese salad made with fresh tomatoes, basil and plenty of salt and pepper helped cure this country singer's winter blues.
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Who said leftovers can't be fabulous? deadpans The Big Bang Theory actress and cookbook author while getting her hair done and snacking on leftover kung pao tofu.
How does this designer darling make gourmet cooking look so easy? His vegetarian dinner this week featured ponzu ginger braised butternut squash with black sesame seeds, tempura tofu with spicy peanuts, and dill and garlic dal.
Chicken noodle soup is always the best cure for a winter cold. It looks like this newly single singer's will be on the mend soon!
The recently engaged American Horror Story star is on to something – a night in bed with a slice of cake catching up on old shows sounds perfect to us, too!
Kids are never too young to learn the importance of eating veggies, especially when they come on such a cute plate! The Victoria's Secret Angel and expectant mother sets a good example for her son with a dinner of cauliflower, mashed potatoes and a colorful Greek salad.
Always keeping it healthy, the former Dancing with the Stars host rehydrates after a workout with a coconut
"One of my favorites in the world," writes the Sports Illustrated cover model of Ina Garten's recipe for tomato basil soup. We hope she's better at cooking than she is at baking!